|27 Feb 2012||#1|
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Disk Management shows failed disk?
I just cloned my OS HD to a new Crucial M4 128Gb & it is working just fine.
I later noticed a failed disk - that is about the same size as the new M4. Screenshot is attached.
Do I dare delete this failed phantom disk? Please - no guesses!
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